As of April 18th, I am an official REFIT instructor! I I have an official certificate coming in the mail and everything. I've been teaching REFIT for years already, but now it's official. I am SUPER excited about it. You can find REFIT with Brin updates on my new Instagram account, @refitwithbrin and my REFIT with Brin Facebook page.
I just read The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron and Suzanne Stabile, which is about the Enneagram. I've always liked personality tests, but the Enneagram hasn't been all fun and games. If you've studied the Enneagram at all, you know that once you find your type, it's like getting punched in the gut. It feels like it's reading your mind, which is sort of unsettling. Each chapter begins with 20 statements about a certain type. I relate to 16/20 of those statements for Type 9, the…
My 2020 In Review
I think we can all agree that we've been looking forward to the end of 2020 pretty much since it started. Those days in quarantine felt about 100 years long when we were in them, but now it's December! How did that happen?
97 Days in University
Doing university courses completely online is certainly an interesting experience. For my fellow students going through online school right now, I'm assuming you feel as dead as I do. There's a different kind of exhaustion that comes with online school...
Once Again, Living During a Pandemic Sucks
COVID-19 has been the wrecker of all things for 2020. Everyone has experienced disappointments and losses, and nothing has turned out like we all expected. Once again, the pandemic has changed the course of my life (it sounds dramatic when I write in like that). Read more here!
Who Am I?
Yesterday I spent my morning taking personality quizzes. It felt like a productive way to avoid my homework. I took a lot of common tests that most people are familiar with! I love learning more about myself. I think it's really important to know myself so that I can grow into the person God made me to be.
There's An Elephant Sitting On Me
I've never been officially diagnosed with anxiety or anything, but it's present in my life. For me, anxiety is never rational. There are things in life that it would be logical to be anxious about, like a difficult test or a job interview. Some of these things do cause me anxiety, but usually it's the completely illogical things that send me over the edge.
"As I apply myself even to those subjects that I might at first find tedious, reward my efforts with new insights, fresh inspirations, small epiphanies, and with the firm conviction that you are at work in mu heart in all circumstances. Not only broadening my knowledge, but also shaping my heart by patience, endurance, and discipline, that I might mature to more fitly and humbly serve the purposes of your great kingdom." -Every Moment Holy